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  • Question of

    The name given to the right side of a boat.

    • Port
    • Bow
    • Starboard
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    The name given to the left side of a boat.

    • Stern
    • Port
    • Starboard
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    The front part of the boat that is shaped like a wedge and cuts the water forward.

    • Bow
    • Stern
    • Port
  • Question of

    It’s the back or rear of the boat.

    • Bow
    • Starboard
    • Stern
  • Question of

    Select the name of the last car that trains have, with a different function from the rest of the vehicles in the train, for example, to transport parcels.

    • Pantograph
    • Wagon
    • Header
  • Question of

    The front section of the train, where the windscreens, electrical connections and brake hoses are located, is called the:

    • Locomotive
    • Wagon
    • Pantograph
  • Question of

    The fuselage is the body of the ___ to which both the horizontal and vertical ___ and stabilizers are attached.

    • plane / wings
    • trolley / wheels
  • Question of

    A frame that supports the engine and body of a vehicle.

    • Suspensions
    • Chassis
    • Shock absorber
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    Spring or mechanism in vehicles and other machines that serves to compensate or diminish the effect of sudden shocks.

    • Resonant pipe.
    • Silicone macaroni.
    • Shock absorber.
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    Skeleton or spine of the yacht.

    • Keel
    • Length
    • Hold
  • Question of

    Select the name of the thick, flattened head nail with which the front set is attached to the body of the carriage.

    • Crossbow
    • Master Nail
  • Question of

    It is a ship with a deck that due to its size, solidity and strength is appropriate for important maritime navigation.

    • Tanker.
    • Sub-sea vessel.
    • Cruiser.
  • Question of

    Select the name of the four-wheeled steam car, considered by many experts to be the oldest car in the world.

    • The Marquise.
    • Brigitte.
    • Camile.
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    The first steam locomotive was built by Richard Trevithick in 1804.

    • True
    • False
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    Karl Freiherr von Drais (1817) designed the first two-wheeled vehicle with a steering device, the precursor of the bicycle and motorcycle known as:

    • Madrinasa
    • Draisiana
    • Prebici

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